Cartoons: Train ’Toons

These train cartoons are off the rails!

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“A sawbuck says he doesn’t make it.”
Al Johns
November 9, 1957

 

“May I see your ticket, please?”
Tom Henderson
October 13, 1956

 

“As a matter of fact, you’re even on the wrong railroad.”
Al Johns
September 14, 1957

 

“The rest of the trip is uneventful.”
Al Johns
June 7, 1958

 

“Next car up!”
Edwin Lepper
May 31, 1958

 

John Bluto
May 12, 1956

 

“May I see your ticket, please?”
Joseph Zeis
March 25, 1961

 

“I could have told you it wouldn’t do any good to argue with the conductor.”
Scott Taber
February 1, 1958

 

“You are in New York.”
Martha Blanchard
December 15, 1956

 

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